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Whole Lotta Rosie - AC/DC - Let There Be Rock (Cassette, Album)

16.10.2019
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  1. This version of Let There Be Rock was released in the Indonesia in 80s under the Specialist Recording label, distributed by Specialist Recording. It comes on a Black cassette with a Blue Paper label with White colored text. The songs on this ablum are: Let there be rock Go down Dog eat dog Bad boy boogie Problem child Overdose Hell ain't a bad place to be Whole lotta Rosie.
  2. Editors’ Notes Released at a time when disco and punk were polarizing, dominating forces, Let There Be Rock sounded like the work of rock 'n' roll primitives locked away in their own world. While each AC/DC album seemed to ramp up the intensity and menace, this effort seemed almost brutal in its attack. Riffs were faster and laced with fuzz on the "Route 66"-esque "Bad Boy Boogie" and.
  3. A vintage ad for AC/DC’s live album, ‘Let There Be Rock’ using 34 unique words to describe the band. Sutcliffe’s version is slightly different than both Angus’ and Simmons’. Sutcliffe says things went down in the dressing room of Malcolm Young after a show August of
  4. Jul 31,  · Released off ’s Let There Be Rock, “Whole Lotta Rosie” tells the scuzzy story of the time Scott had a sexual encounter with an Aussie groupie he described as a Tasmanian devil.
  5. Originally released on the Let There Be Rock album, this song didn't get much publicity until AC/DC re-released it a year later on If You Want Blood, You Got It when the band became internationally popular. This song was covered and performed live by Guns N' Roses.
  6. Jul 31,  · Multi-camera fan-filmed video footage of AC/DC's entire last concert with GUNS N' ROSES singer Axl Rose, which took place on September 20, at .
  7. " Whole Lotta Rosie " is a song by Australian hard rock band AC/DC. It is the eighth and final track on the band's fourth Australian album, Let There Be Rock, released in Australia in March , and was written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young, and Bon Scott.
  8. Let There Be Rock () is a Studio album by AC/DC. Rating: / Genres: Hard Rock, Blues Rock. Songs: Go Down, Dog Eat Dog, Let There Be Rock, Bad Boy Boogie, Problem Child.
  9. 10 Whole Lotta Rosie or in this case the two LP set, is so much better. Only here you can find the fantastic versions of "Jailbreak" or "Let There Be Rock". The first one is definitely a rare aspect on this release. It's the only official live album including this straight (Pop) Rock song. When a band like AC DC release a live.

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